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he died. also this hour a private funeral service begins for krystle campbell. bostonians are getting back to work today after a terrible friday, a lockdown that had much of this city shutdown. the suspect is in the hospital right now and handcuffed and under 24 hour guard. he is communicating with authorities. let's check in with don lemon. what's the latest you're hearing on his injuries and how communicative he's being? >> the only injury that we know about is to his neck. we're not sure as we have been asking investigators and people with knowledge of this investigation -- we're not sure if it was self-inflicted or because of the gun battle he had with police during that standoff. he is here at the hospital. he is still in serious condition. what we are -- one way he may be communicating, anderson, is because of what's known as a sedation holiday. we knew when he was sedated and intuba intubated. they ease off on the drugs so he does regain consciousness. we're hearing again that he is communicating not by speaking, but by writing things down on a pad or white board. that's the la
mourn those killed, a funeral will be held this morning for krystle campbell and memorial service is scheduled later tonight for lingzi lu. and following a tense friday under lockdown, bostonians this morning are heading back to work, resuming a bit of normality. but the blast site a stretch of boylston street that includes copley square near the marathon's finish line remains closed at least for now. boston's police commissioner telling cnn the area is expected to remain -- to reopen, i should say, in the next day or two. right now let's start with the surviving suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev, 19 years old. he's at the beth israel deaconess medical center. he's in serious but stable condition. he is sedated with a tube down his throat after suffering a gunshot wound to his neck. and this just coming into cnn, sources now confirming that dzhokhar tsarnaev is communicating in fact with investigators by writing his answers down. they have been questioning him since yesterday. there is some form of communication between law enforcement and the suspect we believe in writing. pamela brown i
, people came together and hung up an american -- krystle campbell's funeral today, people came together and hung up an american flag. people waited in line for hours to pay the respects to the family of krystle campbell. >> everybody is coming together to. >> reporter: she was one of three killed last week in the boston marathon bombings. this will likely be a week marked with tears as family say goodbye to the victims. >> i hope god will give a lot of strength to her and the family. >> reporter: the families want to know exactly what the motive was for the deadly attack and how it was carried out. the person with the most questions to answer is 19-year- old jahar, this man. he remains hospitalized with serious injuries including a wound to the neck. >> it's hard to receive how he received that injury. there was a shootout in watertown. >> reporter: tamerlan tsarnaev died friday morning after a shooting with the police. authorities -- authorities say the two people were planning other attacks. >> i told the people of boston they can rest easily. >> reporter: the threat may be over but t
this morning for victim krystle campbell. >> this has been a terrifying time for boostonians, how is boston coping one week later? >> one week later we are seeing signs of moving forward. copely square is being cleaned up, that's the crime scene last monday. crews were there yesterday cleaning it up. we hope it will be reopened to the public within a couple days or there's a five phase plan from fbi agents to order up copely care. and everywhere you look you see the motto boston strong. that's what everyone is feeling here. boston strong. they want to move forward. later today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago, there will be a moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. >> pamela brown joining us in boston, thank you. >>> there's still a lot of police work to do, but boston's police commissioner says he is confident that the tsarnaev brothers were the two major culprits. he said there is no indication they were taking orders from a terrorist group. >> i'm confident they were the two major actors in the violence that occurred. i'm very, very sure th
to business as usual, heartache remains for many. late their morning, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosions, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university's campus tonight. critically injured transit officer, richard donohue remains hospitalized. >> this was an injury where the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of the heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. >> reporter: today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago there will ab moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. that will be followed by a ringing of the bells in boston and elsewhere. john? >> that's right. the city and the state will come together one more time today at 2:50 p.m. pamela brown, our thanks to you. >>> as developments unfold, investigators will examine the activities of tamerlan tsarnaev including a trip he took to russia. he was on the fbi's radar because of possible links to extremism,
-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosion, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university campus tonight. her parents who traveled from china will be in attendance. meantime critically injured transit officer richard donahue, remains hospitalized. >> this was a truly exsanguinating injury meaning that the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. at 2:50 p.m. today, the exact time the first blast went off one week ago, all massachusetts residents are being asked to observe a moment of silence in honor of the victims. and, john, this is certainly still a city in recovery. but you do get a sense that the city is resilient. you mentioned the boston strong signs. you see those all over the city. that's really been the motto since the attack and we're seeing that this morning on local buses. john? >> all right, pamela brown here in boston with us. again, that moment of silence ha
the family of the bombing victim krystle campbell holding a private funeral for the 29-year-old today. a thousand people gathered for a public wake yesterday, some waiting hours in a line stretching for blocks to pay their respects to her young life. she would have turned 30 on the 3rd of may. she leaves behind her mother, father, grandmother and older brother. martha: patrick shaun math rick o'malley leading the prayers for the victims of the explosion and looking ahead to the city's recovery. >> forgiveness does not mean that we do not realize the heinousness of the crime, but in our own hearts when we are unable to forgive we make ourselves a victim are our own hatred. martha: cardinal owe mall lee has been such a spiritual leader for the people of boston throughout the course of this yesterday was the first sunday religious service that had taken place since monday's attack. bill: they have so much respect for h in boston. there is new information on the transit officers wounded in the shootout with the two suspects. richard donahue remains heavily sedated but they are optimist bi
lined up to say good-bye this morning at funeral services for krystle campbell, one of the three 0 killed in the terrorist attacks. later this evening, a memorial is planned for lingzi lu, the boston university graduate student from it china. also killed one week ago today. but life is moving forward here again. mayor thomas menino announced a plan to reopen copley square, the site of the bombings, and today city buses flashed the unofficial slogan that has emerged from this nightmare -- "boston strong." as investigators attempt to pull critical information from the surviving bomb suspect, some members of the fbi could be in for a grilling of their own. senator dianne feinstein says fbi officials may be called in to testify before a special intelligence committee hearing as early as tomorrow. lawmakers want to know why the fbi didn't keep an eye on the older suspect despite warnings from the russian government as far back as 2011. the fbi got a tip from russia that tamerlan was a follower of a radical islamic group and they questioned him that year, interviewed him, but found, quot
a mass to honor those that died. just as the friends and family of one of them, krystle campbell, said their final good-byes. and hundreds gathered on the street to mourn the death of m.i.t. officer sean collier, killed just before thursday night's shoot-out. meanwhile, back here at the hospital, caitlin tells me she's doing so much better. in fact, dan, she says, she pes hospital in the next few days. >> that will be great to see. gio, thank you. that's our coverage of the boston marathon bombing for tonight. >>> now, we turn to texas. where we're learning that the first responders who rushed in to put out the massive fire at the fertilizer plant in the small town of west, they paid a staggering price. much higher than we initially thought. abc's steve osunsami is there tonight. >> reporter: today outside that massive explosion site at that texas fertilizer plant, the local sheriff told us that the first responders who died didn't have a chance. 14 people were killed. and authorities say 12 of them were firefighters and paramedics and other workers who were there trying to put out the
a congregation filled with heavy hearts. pictures of those killed by the bomb blasts. krystle campbell, 29, lingzi lu, 23 and martin richard, just 8. and police officer sean collier, 26, murdered allegedly by the suspects. at m.i.t. today a tribute where collier died on campus. >> i see a young man with incredible potential. i think the sky was the limit with him, and i think that in the future we would have heard a lot from him. m.i.t. is a real special place, and it is the real deal, and they deserve the reputation they have is deserved beyond deserved. but this is a whole other side that i'm starting to see. >> reporter: more than 50 people wounded in the blast remain hospitalized, including a 7-year-old girl in critical condition, and transit officer richard donahue, ironically a close friend of officer collier, gravely wounded during the chase for the two suspects. >> he works for the transit, and i'll always tell him you're never going to see any action because you're on the subway. but, you know, there he is jumping into the midst of a gunfight in watertown and making transit very p
was held for 29-year-old krystle campbell who will be laid to rest monday.re thae rem hospitalized. >> good had angels watching me y rorter: at mass gener, caitlin kates, credits her friend, leo for saving her life and carrying her to safety. charges haven't been filed yet but will likely include a weapon of mass destruction charge which does carry the weight of the death penalty. john and diana. >> brandi hitt. thank you. she mentioned friday night's dramatic events. abc's martha raddatz has spoken to the police chief of watertown, massachusetts, where the manhunt came to an end. >> reporter: the video images show the dramatic end to the manhunt, more clearly than anything we have seen. the police helicopter hovers in the darkness, holding steady, the natural heat from the suspect's body making a near perfect outline through thermal imaging despite the tarp that covers him. he is lying on his back, his head to the right, feet to the left. then a flash. a bang. police toss a stun grenade meant to confuse the suspect. then another. followed by a third. and then, watch, at first motionless, w
. this morning funerals were held for two of the victims. >> 29-year-old krystle campbell, a restaurant manager who was at the marathon, cheering on her boyfriend. friends describe her as have kind heart and wry sense of humor, and there was a funeral for lingzi lu, a chinese citizen who had just written her final exams link. an eight year old boy martin richard was killed as was a police officer. today a thousand mourners turned out to pay their respect. the west borough baptist church has threatened to picket the funerals because gay marriage is legal in massachusetts. but 200 teamsters came out to protect the mourners and the protesters were nowhere to be seen. there was a moment of silence for the victims, the city of boston, white house, house, senate and new york stock exchange all stopped pay their respect. dzhokhar tsarnaev is at boston's hospital. he is on vaent late for and handcuffed to his hospital bed so he won't be able to pull his breathing tube out. he has injuries to his head neck legs and hand. he can't speak because of the neck wounds and may have also
rewind. massachusetts governor deval patrick will go to krystle campbell's funeral this morning. she was killed monday in the marathon bombings. i think it's not going to be an issue in 48 hours. maybe i'm wrong. miranda rights versus enemy combatant versus public safety exception. what's your sense? >> i'm from boston. i think there's no town or place that has more of a history of our founding and a belief in the constitution. i think the idea that we're going to twist ourselves in a pretzel around this enemy combatant, i don't think people support that in massachusetts or in boston and i don't think people will eventually because what shows that we're ready to deal with these issues, that we're a mature country is that we protect our rights even when they are hard to do not just when they are easy. >> could be a fascinating debate inside the republican party. rand paul versus lindsey graham. >> it's interesting that the entire debate is being conducted with representation in the republican party. that wasn't the case ten years ago. >> this is a much different republican party and t
-old victim, krystle campbell began just over an hour ago and at 2:50 p.m., president obama will join the city of boston in a moment of silence, mayor menino will observe the time from boston common. joining me washington bureau chief of the the "huffington post," graham, and the grio editor, joy reid and the deputy director of the "national journal." >> and pete, there's a lot of information that's come out over course of the weekend. we know that the fbi is interrogating dzhokhar tsarnaev. what are they hoping to get from him at this point? >> interrogating may be a bit of a grand word here, because it's certainly not the kind of interrogation they had planned, where they speak to someone. it's being conducted with notes and nods and because he can't speak, he's on a ventilator. so it's a very slow process. but during this period, their government is limited in terms of what they can ask him. because they're doing this public safety exception to the miranda rule. they've not advised him of his rights. so they can only ask about potential threats to public safety. were there other conspirator
, funeral services for one of the bombing victims, 29-year-old krystle campbell. and across boston and the world, the outpouring of support for the victims and the heroes continues. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪ good times never seemed so good ♪ ♪ so good, so good, so good ♪ i've been inclined ♪ whoa whoa whoa >> an emotional week in boston and we're on top of all the stories, good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. boston and the nation pause for a moment of silence one week after the first bomb blast at the boston marathon. seven days later, investigators from the fbi and c.i.a. are taking the first crucial steps in trying to communicate with boston bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. joining me now, nbc news justice correspondent, pete williams. pete, what do we know about their ability to communicate with him and about the legal steps that they will be taking? >> well, their ability to communicate with him is limited, because of this injury he has, his injuries are pretty serious. ehe's said to be in serious but stable condition. he's on a ventilat
for 29-year-old victim krystle campbell. in boston, deval patrick and mayor demino requested a moment of silence at 2:50 to mark the one-week anniversary of the bombing. great public servants up there. we begin with those new charges filed against dzhokhar tsarnaev. pete william is nbc's chief justice correspondent. pete, we have charges. >> we do. couple things about the charges. both of the two counts filed against dzhokhar tsarnaev could bring the death penalty. they're capital cases. and interestingly as you well know the commonwealth of mt massachusetts does not have the death penalty. if anybody is going to seek the death penalty in this case, it would be the federal charge. we're a long way from there. the attorney general has to decide that. i think he would be the youngest person against whom the government would do that if it did. but it could if it wanted to. in terms of what the evidence shows, according to the fbi, it's partly the photographic evidence and partly the forensic evidence. as for the photographs, they give a long discussion of what they say is a key piece of
to commemorate the moment the first bomb exploded. today in medford, mass, mourners say goodbye to krystle campbell killed while standing at the finish line cheering on a friend. no word for services for 8-year-old martin rich. there will be a memorial at boston university tonight to honor grad student lu lingzi and another memorial is going to be held wednesday for the officer sean collier who was killed. michael isikoff, dzhokhar was charged today with conspireing. what's the latest with the 19-year-old suspect? >> reporter: well, he has been charged and there is a preliminary court hearing scheduled for may 30th. i have to say it is not at all clear what his medical condition is at this point and whether he is going to be able to appear for that court appearance. the manning straight had to be brought to the hospital. and in the affidavit with those criminal charges, it talks about him suffering gun wounds to the throat, the neck, to the body, multiple gun wounds. what his medical condition will be at this point is not clear. now what is, there are some additional details in this fbi af
, hundreds gathered for the funeral of krystle campbell, a young woman who will never see her 30th birthday. thanks to the brothers who allegedly carried out their deadly deeds in the crowd where she stood and cheered. i want to bring in nbc's luke russert with us from copley square in boston, and here in new york, nbc investigative producer bob windram. bob, the criminal complaint has been served against dzhokhar tsarnaev. you've head it. how damning is this complaint for the suspect? >> i think what you have here is a very strong complaint. remember, this is not an indictment. and this was not an arraignment today but an initial appearance. one of the things that struck me, as i was reading it, was the description of the search warrant executed in his dorm room at the university of massachusetts. at pine dale hall, they found a pyrotechnic device. not further explained. they found what appears to be the white hat that he wore and the black jacket that he wore. as well as bbs. so what you have throughout this charging sheet is a number of very specific details that go to what appears to be
in the bombings, krystle campbell is one of them, she was remembered during a memorial service today and as the service began, which took place nearly seven miles from the marathon finish line, police officers lined the street to salute the casket bearing her remains. lingzi lu, the graduate student from china who friends say was passionate about math and took delight in the little things in life is also being remembered tonight. those who were injured are struggling to recover. tonight, 50 people remain in the hospital, including the transit officer who was wounded in the firefight with the tsarnaev brothers on thursday night. many of the dozen or so survivors who have endured amputations are being consoled by war veterans, which is just an incredible thing, who are telling them that their love of life doesn't have to perish with the limbs that they have lost. a group of runners who didn't get to finish the marathon last monday did today, symbolically carrying the torch for those who could not. and finally this evening, the fbi officially turned boylston street back over to the city
at the marathon one week ago. it will followed by the ringing of bells to honor the victims. next hour krystle campbell's funeral will be held. the 29-year-old restaurant manager was one of three people who died in the bombings and governor deval patrick will be atte attending. share. first you each get salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. then choose two from a wide variety of chef-inspired entrées like our new honey garlic crispy shrimp or new seafood lover's linguini. round out your seafood dinner with your choice of either an appetizer or dessert to share! don't miss our seafood dinner for two, just $25 at red lobster, where we sea food differently. >>> a legal debate is escalating on how to handle the prosecution of alleged boston marathon dzhokhar tsarnaev. he's not been read his miles an hour miranda rights and who can be classified as an enemy combata when will the time limit run out and does the threat need to be imminent? >> can they ask questions that are focused on making sure they negate any threat to the public safety. one of the first questions i would expect to be asked o
a moment of silence honoring the victims of this horrible terrorist attack. chr krystle campbell and lingzi lu, martin richard and of course officer collier. you had a moment of silence for them here in boston and throughout the country. >> the mayor will receive an american flag that flew over the finish line at the boston marathon exactly one week ago. the fbi will present the mayor with this commemorative american flag that has flown at half-staff over the boston marathon finish line in a ceremony that we are about to see live here on cnn. and then we are told the city will commence what's being described as a five-phase plan for reopening this street to business, to commerce, to traffic, to passengers, to people just walking along. the first phase will be decontamination and testing, to make sure everything is safe and secure. second phase is structural building assessments, utility coordination, making sure power has been restored. third phase, debris removal, getting rid of all the junk that's accumulated on the streets. phase four, internal building assessments, making sure the build
, ph 29-year-old krystle campbell of medford is being remembered at her funeral in medford, massachusetts today her home down. governor deval patrick and other dignitaries attending. boston university is hosting a memorial service for ligzi lu, a grad student at the university. later on this afternoon at 2:50pm this afternoon there will be a moment of silence held across massachusetts. the governor, mayor all urging people to take that moment to remember the victims of the boston movie theatre massacre bombings. jenna: how does it feel on the streets? you've been out there every step of the way. what do you observe after such a week that the entire city has been through? >> you know, there is a tremendous sense of unity, and the words, boston strong are everywhere. we've seen them on the back of t-shirts. way stresses are wearing them at diners. posters, a tremendous memorial has cropped up down there by the boylston street area by the scene. we are hearing hopefully in the next 24 to 48 hours it's possible the street could be reopened. really boss residents are pre claimin
of the victims of the blast krystle campbell will be laid to rest. >> thank you for that. for more on the boston bombing investigation, we're joined by former cia director james woolsy. you heard schumer in the tape and he asked the question, do you consider this an intelligence failure? we have lived over a decade since 9/11 without a major situation like this. also we have stopped a number of these things. but when you think about this guy going to russia, coming back, putting up stuff on youtube, the russians calling the government to say is he all right and no follow-up, how do you think about it? >> well, i think it's a government failure. this wasn't something that the cia oversees. this is not their issue. what happened is that there was no follow-up. and the same thing happened a few years ago with i believe the underwear bomber. his father reported him to the u.s. embassy in nigeria. saying my soon is has become a real radical. you better watch him. it fell on deaf ears. nobody watched him. and it took the crew and the passengers on the plane to keep the plane from being blown up. we do
to rest. krystle campbell is one of the three people killed. funeral is now under way here in boston. meanti meantime, dozens of injured victims are still recovering in area hospitals including beth israel methodist center where someone else is recovering, dzhokhar tsarnaev who was wounded following that police chase. he could face criminal charges as soon as today. and as you said, he is reportedly responding to some questions, at least in writing. although officially he is in serious condition and we now know that both he and his older brother for some three days hid in plain sight. in fact, dzhokhar tsarnaev, a student at u mass at dartmouth, was reportedly working out at the gym, partying, talking to his friends about how unfortunate the bombings were. and then, of course, they went into this police chase on thursday after the pictures of him and his brother were released. and there are now questions about whether all of this could have been prevented. tamerlan tsarnaev, of course, we now know, was interviewed by fbi at the request of russian authorities in 2011. he went back to
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